Health and Social Services Minister Eluned Morgan has unveiled plans for a £100m investment to "kick-start" the health and care system's recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Welsh Government will invest £100m for new equipment, staff, technology and ways of working to help health boards improve services across primary, community, and hospital care.
The funding will help increasing capacity with a view to cutting waiting times as health and care services begin resuming non-emergency care following the pandemic.
Health and Social Services Minister Eluned Morgan said:
"Helping our health and social care services recover from the pandemic is going to take time, investment and a new approach to delivering care.
"We must take this opportunity to create a health and care system that is fit for the future. The pandemic saw the early and swift adoption of new technology and ways of working, I want to see health boards build on this good work."
The initial £100m will be allocated as follows:
Cardiff and Vale £13m to increase capacity for a range of therapies and diagnostics, including staff recruitment and two new mobile theatres.
Powys £2.5m to transform patient services and increase capacity for a range of services.
Cwm Taf Morgannwg £16m for recruitment and investment in surgical and diagnostic capacity.
Hywel Dda £13m to improve capacity for planned care, including hospital redesign, investment in diagnostics.
Aneurin Bevan Health £17m for projects to increased capacity in planned care, diagnostics, therapies and mental health.
Swansea Bay £16m to increase capacity in a wide range of areas, including theatres, recruitment and ophthalmology.
Betsi Cadwaldr £20m to increase capacity in planned care, cancer, dental, diagnostics and endoscopy.
Velindre £2.5m to increase capcity for radiotherapy.